Oriental Fruit Fly

Oriental Fruit Fly (Photo by Florida Division of Plant Industry - bugwood)

The oriental fruit fly (Bactrocera dorsalis) is a native of tropical Asia. The adult OFF lay eggs in ripening fruit where the egg hatches, feeds as a larvae and leaves the rotting fruit at pupae state.

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  • Oriental Fruit Fly
    Oriental Fruit Fly Pest Profile

    Source: California Department of Food and Agriculture

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  • Oriental Fruit Fly
    The Oriental fruit fly is a threat to many fruits and vegetables. Don't move non-inspected fruit and vegetables.

    Source: Hungry Pests - USDA

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